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The Nairobi County Public Service board has denied claims that they are receiving bribes for calling letters from recent recruits, who are slated to join the county inspectorate  department as constables and fire fighters.

The board  has been accused of asking heavy bribes running into hundreds of thousands to facilitate the calling letters .

The board chairman Philip Kungu has however denied the allegations saying the process of calling is yet to be reached.

He has further challenged those with evidence to take the matter to the  police for investigation and the alleged letters that have been bought.

Kungu on the other  hand threatened to take legal action agaisnt the perpetrators of the claims saying his image and the board  has been tainted.

Only 900 out of 10,000 Nairobians who participated in the recruitment process at   Kasarani Stadium  will be recruited by the  county government .



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